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By Jeff Stevens and Michael Clark

Let's roll the windows down, turn the radio up let the wind blow
Through our hair Love is reckless let's get reckless tonight

Verse 1:
There ain't nothin' out here but a big ol' Texas sky
There's a red sun painted across the coming night
Well, your daddy's got plans for you
And mine thinks I'm at school
They say it's reckless to chase a dream
But this town's got nothing for you and me

Chorus:
Let's roll the windows down, turn the radio up
Let the wind blow through our hair
There's a moon tonight and a road outside, baby
We're gettin out of here.
I could care less where it leads us
Love is reckless let's get reckless tonight

Verse 2:
Let's take my Thunderbird and leave tonight,
I'll keep the pedal to the floor till we see the morning light.
They can't live our lives for us,
If we let them we'll lose our love.
And love dies hard in this Texas sun,
I'd rather be reckless and on the run

Chorus


When you're crazy in love you gotta take a chance,
Burn the bridge and don't look back.
Turn the radio up roll the windows down
Let the wind blow through our hair
There's a moon tonight and a road outside,
Baby we're gettin' out of here
Roll the windows down.
Turn the radio up

Love is reckless
Lets get reckless
Lets get reckless



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